"I can't see anything wonderful about it," said Miss Guile, fixing the ex-governess
with a look that seared. "We were speaking of this rumoured engagement of the
Prince of Graustark and—er—what's the name?" He glanced at his newspaper.
Author: George Barr McCutcheon
Publisher: Good Press
NOTE The Prince Family Manuscript was deposited in the National Agricultural
Library some time before 1900 . The bulk of the material in the Prince Family
Manuscript Collection falls within the period from the turn of the 19th century to
Author: National Agricultural Library (U.S.)
" In this classic guide to acquiring and maintaining political power, Machiavelli used a rational approach to advise prospective rulers, developing logical arguments and alternatives for a number of potential problems, among them governing ...
Author: Nicolo Machiavelli
Category: Literary Criticism
Still other remembrances of the Prince revived at sight of the Palace -- many
others - amongst them , how the Varangians beat the boastful Montferrat and the
burly Count of Flanders in the assault of 1203 , specially famous for the gallantry
Author: Lew Wallace
Mr. George St. George Julian the Prince , we shall soon meet again . " George
smiled with contempt as he rose to depart , but Bull would not leave the office
until he had explained that he was at least as respectable a man as Mr. Bounsom
Author: Henry Cockton
Category: English fiction
entered into as seriously and folemnly as kings and princes , or even gentlemen ,
can find words to express themselves in : it seems to make the second part of a
bargain between the Crown and the people— “ We will pay “ the debts , if father ...
Author: George IV (King of Great Britain)
Thus , rejecting those who could help them , and relying on those who could not ,
this unwise and unhappy family went on to their ruin . The foreign courts and
emigrant princes were preparing to invade France ; and the consequence was
Author: Harriet Martineau
Category: Country life
Perhaps he felt a little aggrieved that this sudden chance of distinguishing herself
in London should have come to her at other hands than his . “ You will scorn the
poor old Magenta in toto now , ” said he ; “ Jennie of the Prince ' s will be so ...
Author: Bertha H. Buxton
The authority of this edition is fully supported by its scholarly annotations and its useful maps. Here is the edition of The Prince that finally confronts the myth of Machiavelli's modernity.
Author: Niccolò Machiavelli
Publisher: Humanity Books